23 Jul 2012

How to make a home attractive to buyers

Although the housing market is beginning to cool slightly in Canada, there are many Toronto residents that are looking into all the aspects that go into moving into a new home.

One of the first things homeowners must do is look for Toronto professional movers and packers that provide affordable rates for those who want to change homes. With that out of the way, homeowners should consider what prospective homebuyers will look for when checking out their home. Here are some tips from Houzz on catering homes to a younger demographic of potential homebuyers.

Invest in new appliances
Homebuyers don't want to walk into a home and see that the appliances need to be updated. They will be much more inclined to buy a house with new, up-to-date appliances that will last them a long time.

Make sure walls are a neutral color
It is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to the wall colors of homes that homeowners are trying to sell. Warm grey and other welcoming colors will be more pleasing to young homebuyers.

Update bath and shower
Bathtubs are becoming less and less popular among younger generations. Bathrooms with open shower areas instead of tubs are more highly sought after by homebuyers.

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